Undergrad QTAC offers rise by 36%

ALMOST 800 undergraduate offers were made through QTAC by CQUniversity in Term 2 this year, a 36 per cent increase over the same period last year, with most people applying to study by Distance Education especially in the areas of nursing, psychology and business as well as biomedical science, occupational health and safety, learning management, health promotion and social work.

Offers to undergraduate programs available via Distance Education accounted for three out of every four offers.

CQUniversity is offering more than 40 undergraduate programs (or about 80 per cent of all of its undergraduate programs) by Distance Education at midyear.

Business and accounting were popular among Gladstone applicants.

More than 30 people were made offers to study learning management in Noosa, the first time it’s been offered there in mid-term.

CQUniversity is now accepting inquiries for enrolments in Term 3 2009, which starts on November 1, and Term 1 2011, which starts next March. New programs planned for 2011 include Paramedical Science, Medical Imaging, Medical Sonography and Law.

For more information on how you can enrol you can call 13CQUNI or 132 786.



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